IronBio | X1 | X6
3D Bioprinters

IronBio - Developer and manufacturer of high-tech modular 3D bioprinters.

IronBio creates easily implementable 3D bioprinters built on native software for scientific groups, private laboratories, cosmetics industry and other industries.

We pay close attention to testing our devices in cooperation with scientific panels

IronBio X1
  • Printhead places: 1
  • Max build zone: 150x150x50mm
  • Precision: ±10 µm (XY) ±2 µm (Z)
  • Dispensing speed: 50 mm/s
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IronBio X6
  • Printhead places:: 6
  • Max build zone: 200x200x150mm
  • Precision: ±2 µm (XYZ)
  • Dispensing speed: 70 mm/s
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Custom Development
Specific Tasks

We highly value clients with complex tasks. While overcoming challenges together with our clients, we are hoping to find solutions that will allow us to move forward not only their projects, but also the whole science.

Large-Scale Orders

Batch production using our bioprinters requires a special approach to device modification. We are ready to work on printing speed, repeatability, and working area sizes.

Examples of Application
A neural implant is a multilayered construction made of biocompatible silicone, contacts, and conductive paths. It is implanted into the bone marrow and restores broken nerve pathways.
Track width: 50 µm. Positioning accuracy: ±10 µm.

Optical Sensors Printing
Aptamers based on nucleic acids are prospective molecular recognition elements used in therapy and diagnosis of socially significant diseases, as well as for creating aptasensors for the detection of substances of various nature.
Bioelectronic Implant Printing
Amniotic Membranes

The consulting company Gen5 Group approached us with the task of testing the possibility of printing amniotic membranes with a high-viscosity gel with a diameter of 6.5 mm and a deviation of up to 0.5%.

Tests for Ion Track
A startup that develops and manufactures optical tests for macronutrients in saliva set a task of printing 100 nL droplets with an accuracy of ±5 nL. We were required to print on 5000 substrates with 4 optodes on each.

On behalf of the Gen5 Group, I would like to thank the IronBio team for successfully accomplishing a commercial 3D printing project with a bioprinter of your own design.

Printing was carried out with high-viscosity polymer gel (162590 cP). Increased dosing precision (0.5% at a volume of 50-100 µl) and extruded material positioning accuracy (+-10 µm) made it possible to achieve the desired goals.

Sam Kogan PhD,
Chief Executive Officer

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